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Robert D. Hume and Harold Love (eds)
Plays, Poems, and Miscellaneous Writings associated with George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham, Vol. 2
List of Illustrations
 To his Mistress
 on the Dut: by D. Buck.
[3,4] â€˜The larkeâ€™ and â€˜The owleâ€™
 Lines on Winifred Wells as paraphrased in French
 Funerary Inscription for the Grave of Abraham Cowley
 on these 2 V. of Mr Howards
 On the humor in Mr [â€"] Howards Play
 Upon the following Passage in the Conquest of Granada, a Tragedy, Written by Mr. Dryden
 Duke of Bu: of la: Shros
An Epitaph upon Thomas Late Lord Fairfax, Written by a Person of Honour
 On the London fires Monument
A Notion Taken out of Tullieâ€™s Dialogue, De Senectute
 Advice to a Painter, to draw the Delineaments of a Statesman, and his Underlings
The Lost Mistress, A Complaint Against the Countess of â€"
A Supplement to the Chequer-Inne
 Upon the Installment, of Sir â€" Osâ€"n, and the Late Duke of New-castle
 A Song on Thomas Earl of Danby
A Familiar Epistle to Mr Julian Secretary to the Muses
 Part of an Ode of Horace Paraphrazed by the Duke of Buckingham
 Optimum quod evenit
 The Cabin-Boy
 The Ducks
A Letter to Sir Thomas Osborn
To Mr. Clifford, on his Humane-Reason
A Hue-and-Cry After Beauty and Virtue
The Militant Couple
An Essay upon Reason, and Religion
A Short Discourse upon the Reasonableness of Menâ€™s having a Religion, or Worship of God
The Duke of Buckingham His Graceâ€™s Letter
The French General
The French Generall
An Account of a Conference
An ACCOUNT of a CONFERENCE. BETWEEN His Grace GEORGE, late Duke of BUCKINGHAM, and Father Fitzgerald an Irish Priest, whom King JAMES II. sent to his Grace in his Sickness, to endeavour to pervert him to the Popish Perswasion. Faithfully taken by one of his Domesticks.
The Buckingham Commonplace Book
The 'Buckingham' Commonplace Book
Appendix I. Biographical Documents
Samuel Butler, 'A Duke of Bucks'
A Portrait of Buckingham by Clarendon
The Duke of Buckingham's account of himself in several matters concerning his private life
Memoirs of the life of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham' by Brian Fairfax
THE 1704 BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR The Publisher's PREFACE.
Appendix II. Poems about Buckingham
A Dialogue between the Duke of Buckingham and his father's Ghost appearing with Felton's knife in his wounded body
A New Ballad to an Old Tune Called Sage Leaf
The D: of B: Letany
Of the Duke of Buckingham
William Wycherley, To the DUKE of Bâ€"â€", Imprisoned in the Tower, by a Court-Faction
A Proper New Ballad
To the Memory of the illustrious Prince George, Duke of Buckingham
Appendix III The Publication of Buckingham's Works
Appendix IV The Preface to A Key to the Rehearsal (1704)
A Translation of Sir Politick Would-Be by H. Gaston Hall
Sir Politic Would-be COMEDY
Appendix VI. A Sermon supposed to be preached by Dor B:'
Appendix VII Rejected Attributions
EXPLANATORY NOTES AND CRITICAL APPARATUS
INDEX to the Introductions and Explanatory Notes
FIRST LINE INDEX
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